InfoSci®-Government Science and Technology
A collection of e-books in emerging technology areas of government, such as disaster management, government surveillance, and e-voting.
ISSN: 2329-8286

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About InfoSci-Government Science and Technology

This database from scholarly professionals and established researchers focuses on politics and government research as it relates to information technology. Focusing on innovation within all areas of the government, this database provides established content to your library at a fraction of the cost of individual publications.

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"Well formatted; clear print and a responsive layout perfect for increasing text size or use on a mobile device. A table of contents appears on the left side of the navigation and moves with the user as they scroll through the contents. This provides easy access to other chapters as well as any supplementary materials associated with the title."
- Bonnie J.M. Swoger, Library Journal
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"A major strength of the database is a common repository of these publications that hasn't existed before this time. Previously, there was no way to access this information without subscribing to all the journals, buying all the books, and obtaining conference proceedings. As a result, many important articles have not been cited as relevant research in other publications. More importantly, collaborative opportunities have been lost because of the lack of information dissemination. I think that students would be able to obtain timely and critical information to research projects, especially at the PhD and Masters level of study. The search mechanism is very easy to use, and as such, many different searches can be done in a relatively short time period. As a result, a student (and researcher) will be able to conduct a broad review of current and past research in a particular area. The timeliness of information is improved because publications can be made accessible before the paper copy is received in the mail. In the past, one had to wait for the distribution of journals to gain access to them (in a library setting, or university distribution center this may take longer than one would think). The online system means access to information anywhere and at any time. This is critical for many researchers who are working at home, in the office, or perhaps even abroad."
- Shirley A. Becker, PhD, Northern Arizona University
"Provides an excellent entry into the research literature of the field. It presents a manageable number of highly relevant sources on topics of interest to a wide range of researchers. The sources are scholarly, but also accessible to 'practitioners'."
- Lisa Stimatz, MLS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
"This database is excellent for locating a wide range of documents which will be of use to me and my students."
- Susan Myburgh, PhD, University of South Australia, Australia
"Recommended. A supplement to libraries' information sciences collection."
- CHOICE, Vol. 45 (2)

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